UPDATE: Matt's World of Weather: Want To See A Rocket?

Did you see it? Let me know, Twitter and Facebook...be sure to friend me on Facebook.

At last check, 10am, everything was "green" for the launch, but it has been pushed back 8 minutes. New launch time is 10:58am. If you can't get outside to check it out, we will try to find it on our  Tower and Pirate Camera

When: Wednesday at 10:58am with a 15 minute window

Where To Look: With a successful launch, best to look east/northeast across the horizon, just above the treetops. It shouldn't take more than 1 or 2 minutes after launch before it becomes visible for eastern Carolina.

What Is It: A rocket carrying a spacecraft (no humans aboard) that will take supplies to the International Space Station (ISS)

Updates? I'll be posting updates through Twitter and Facebook...be sure to friend me on Facebook.

Anything Else? If you spot the rocket, just know you are watching about 1,300 pounds of food and clothes fly out of our atmosphere and into space

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